Multidisciplinary Approach to Palliative Care

Some   of the serious Diseases may require special care.  Due to the complex care needs of patients with advanced life-limiting illness it is our experience that a multidisciplinary approach to care can optimize the patient and family illness experience for this vulnerable population. As the illness progresses and care needs become increasingly complex, achieving high-quality whole-person care often necessitates care in multiple settings like inpatient hospitalization, outpatient clinic, and home-based care. Early identification and involvement with palliative care provides multidisciplinary resource for advanced care planning, supportive care, and expert level symptom management. Collaboration between patient/family, oncology providers, and palliative care can occur concurrently with medical treatments, providing for a team-based approach to advanced malignancies, focused on patient-centered care and quality of life.

  • Advanced Life-Limiting illness
  • Inpatient hospitalization
  • Quality of life

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